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We look closer at civil rights icon Whitney Young, who believed corporate America could be a friend, not a foe, to the movement for equality.

As a kid, Walter Arnold loved the gargoyles at the University of Chicago. Today, he is a master stone carver, trained in Italy and at Washington National Cathedral. Jay Shefsky has his story.

Dinosaurs, Deception, Touch & Nanoparticles

Can lying be perfected? Researchers at Northwestern University delve into the art of deceit. Our science guy, Neil Shubin, joins us to explain these stories and more in tonight's Scientific Chicago.

The First Lady’s role in the public imagination has changed dramatically since her husband was first elected. We look at the deeper meaning behind her image.

Ald. Ed Burke (14th) wants to ban high-caffeine energy drinks citywide. We have more on the science behind the health risk.

New plans are unveiled to overhaul Wrigley Field. The catch: no public money is involved. But will it win neighborhood approval? Paris Schutz has reaction.